Another great Mitch Rapp novel. And it leaves many questions unanswered for more Mitch.
It helps put the Middle East in perspective.
The mystery slowly unfolds and unexpected turns show up on the next page.
Decent story with some thought-provoking suggestions for when the excrement hits the rotating blades. For this reader - not a page burner.
Am a little troubled about this whole zombie thing (and this has nothing to do with this author or story). Why the repeated "zombie" drills by so many local, national and now, international gov'ts? Military exercises against large numbers of unarmed civilians? Hmmm?
It was read with enthusiasm, fervor and vigor.
I almost did!!!
Excellent, I was a huge James Patterson fan until I got a hold of Mitch Rap!
would not be my first choice the next time
That of course, it was a setup, it got predictable.... I fast forwarded till the end.
The performance was good, nice voice.
nice book, but forgettable! especially if you read a lot in this genre. I found it overall entertaining.
Yes, because this is a terrific book & series with a central character whom we have gotten to know well.,the supporting cast is still about the same & they too have grown & they know each other well. Expect action, get it. Expect surprise, get it. Expect a great spy book , get it. Another terrific book
Mitch Rapp because he is ruthless, intelligent, & an American through & through!
George Guidall is the perfect narrator for this book
I look forward to Vince Flynns books. They are page turners & keep you up well into the night
Don't miss this book
Great read! Anything done by Guidall is worth listening to, and the whole Mitch Rapp series is a blast! I only wish Flynn would come out with more of them!
The narrator's voice, the excellent and exciting story line.
Mitch Rapp...fearless and a man of integrity.
Out In The Garden
The action. Starts on the first page and never stops!
Just love all the Vince Flynn novels.
When Mitch has figured out the answer to the question "You must think I'm crazy."
Just love these books.
George was an excellent narrator
Haven't got there yet
No Favorite scene, just a well told story
The story line is current and the plot is a great twist of facts and political agendas.
Mitch Rapp, he was the no nonsense person who knew where the line was and knew how often he could cross it before he went too far.
No, but George Guildhall's voice is great to listen especially the female voices.
Their are Certain governments you don't want to cross then their is Mitch Rapp.